Alexander Dale Oen of Norway points towards his name on his cap after he won the Men's 100m Breaststroke final during Day Ten of the 14th FINA World Championships. (Ezra Shaw/GETTY IMAGES)

One of Norway’s top medal hopes for the London Olympics, Alexander Dale Oen was attending a training camp in Flagstaff with the Norwegian team when he collapsed in his bathroom and could not be resuscitated. He was 26.

Dale Oen had dedicated his gold medal at the 2011 world championships in Shanghai to the victims of the massacre in Norway, which three days earlier had killed 77 people.

Dale Oen’s teammates found him after he took an unsually long time in the shower. He had completed a light pool workout earlier Monday.

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